Luke Shaw steps up recovery for Manchester United

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Manchester United defender Luke Shaw tweeted last night to post a picture of himself in his pursuit of returning to the pitch. 

Shaw suffered a double fracture in the Red Devils' Champions League defeat to PSV Eindhoven back in September, but the talented England international is already back on the road to recovery. 

In fact, he has been working hard on the bike in the Red Devils' training complex, but there's still some way to go for Shaw who may not feature again this season. 


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Taking to social media, the England international stated: "Tough bike session today, still early days but I'm working hard on my recovery!!"

Unsurprisingly, the Manchester United faithful quickly responded to Shaw's tweet, with many fans pleasantly surprised by the player's development. 

United fans surprised 

Better with Shaw 

One thing is for sure, Manchester United are a far more superior side with Shaw in the team. Before his injury, the ex-Southampton man was in wonderful form for the Red Devils and was offering so much to the cause down the left-hand side. 

In truth, though, it's extremely unlikely that he will return before the close of this season, but he will be determined to prove his fitness ahead of the 2016/17 campaign. 

It must be noted, however, that Argentine international Marcos Rojo has come to prominence in Manchester in recent weeks, so he must now prove his credentials on a consistent basis. 

Manchester United fans: do you expect Shaw to return before the end of the season? Have your say below! 

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